WATCH: All race videos from day 7 at the European Championships

Check out race videos of all the events from the final day of the 2014 European Championships from Berlin:

Full Day 7 finals coverage here.

Women’s 50 free

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pe6hUqxGZ5k

Men’s 50 Free

Women’s 50 Breast

Women’s 200 Fly

Men’s 400 IM

Women’s 400 Free

Women’s 4×100 Medley Relay

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFSZ0tozC3g

Men’s 4×100 Medley Relay

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Philip Johnson

The UK is the next European powerhouse in swimming! In two years, they gone from just two silvers in swimming at the Euros to 9 golds, 7 silvers, and 8 bronze! Whatever they done to their swimming program it’s doing wonders, can’t give enough credit to their federation. It’s exciting to watch.They are going to tear it up in the next two years!

Joe

That insane difference can be attributed to the Olympics at home soil being the same summer. In 2010 they had 6-6-6 on the medal table. No doubt however that their program is in a good spot right now.

boknows34

The British performance was even better considering some of the swimmers who were not in Berlin for various reasons. Siobhan O’Connor (2.08 in the 200IM and 1.55 in 200 free), Hannah Miley (4.31 400IM), Michael Jamieson (2.07 200 breast), Dan Wallace (4.11 400 IM), James Guy (3.44 400 free) would all have been serious medal contenders at the very least, with some pushing hard for gold. Adam Brown was also absent and Sophie Taylor (1.06/2.24 in the breaststroke) was not at her best following a concussion from a car accident.

weirdo

does anyone remember me saying that Yannick and Lotte made the wrong decision by going to NBAC? you said wait til after Euros…..the meet is over and poor performances by both, especially Lotte. It was just a year ago, Friis raced Katie stroke for stroke and now, she is nowhere to be seen.

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